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Need tips on making first docker container for "Paperwork"

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I found a really nice open source cloud project for setting up an encrypted notes server called Paperwork. I'd like to make this into an automatically updated container similar to all of those available in the Unraid repo. In doing so, I would also happily list the container on the repo myself.

 

All of their containers on Dockerhub are located here.

 

Dockerhub does have some available created by folks via search within Unraid/Apps however all of them are very old (~5 years).

 

In very shorthand, I'd like to setup a container that runs the application and includes a database (required) and web server (included by them in another container), with updates tied to the main branch.

 

I guess the container would be structured like this:

 

1. Paperwork installation

2. MariaDB (or any other low footprint database like MongoDB)

3. Paperwork-web installation (or I guess another webserver like nginx/apache)

 

I've never done this before.

 

Paperwork docker container is here: https://hub.docker.com/r/paperwork/service-notes

Paperwork-web docker is located here: https://hub.docker.com/r/paperwork/web/

 

Could I get a brief bit of support to point me in the right direction so I know where to begin?

 

EDIT: It seems it needs this gatekeeper service too: https://hub.docker.com/r/paperwork/service-gatekeeper

Edited by plantsandbinary

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